New York: Hudson Hills Press and the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation, 1994.
Paperback. 11 3/4" X 8 7/8". 144pp. Moderate edgewear to paper wraps, in tight, sound binding with uncreased spine. Pages are clean, bright, and unmarked. Contents: "Adolph Gottlieb and Art in New York in the 1930s" by Sanford Hirsch, "Adolph Gottlieb: Pictographs and Primitivism" by Evan Maurer, "Melpomene and Graffiti" by Lawrence Alloway, "The Graphic Sources of Gottlieb's Pictographs" by Lina Konheim Kramer, "The Legacy of Signs: Reflections on Adolph Gottlieb's Pictographs" by Charlotta Kotik, along with a catalogue, checklist, bibliography, and index. Heavily illustrated throughout with the work of this important abstract expressionist painter, sculptor and printmaker. Very good. Item #1569